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in new energy. inject the 150-mile-per-hour plus winds of the jet stream, and forecasters think it explodes into a superstorm. spinning off hurricane-force wind gusts, up to a foot of rain, possibly record surging tides and even inland snow as far as ohio. extreme conditions could start sunday, peak on tuesday and could last for days. >> when you factor in the unusual track that it's going to be taking, that is, coming in from the east, across the jersey coast, it's a once in a lifetime storm. >> reporter: it's like combining the destructive power of hurricane irene, which did $14 billion in damage last year, with the punishing nor'easter of 2009 that brought catastrophic flooding. and then, add in a freezing cold winter temperature, all in one storm. >> this storm is going to be destructive, historic and unfortunately, life-threatening. >> reporter: another fear, the extreme coastal surge that's expected. anywhere from 4 to 10 feet. areas like washington, d.c. are already vulnerable to flooding, and because of the full moon monday, which means higher than normal tides, places l
in the atlantic meant there was enough power in that storm to throw energy somewhere, diane. that was real troubling. >> and we saw all sorts of things happening onshore. we couldn't believe the winds of this storm had lifted. >> oh, the picture that you guys showed was the one that drove me to the tv set. it was that 168-foot tanker by the way on staten island. 712 tons, local reporter wabc reporter michelle charles brought us that picture moored a mile away. the 14-foot lift on that water took that thing and put it on a road in staten island, onshore on top of a city street. >> moored a mile away and sam champion is here with us. as you know, he'll be with us throughout this evening, as always, thank you and for some of you watching we say good night. for others, stay with us for more of our one-hour broadcast, the latest on the perfect storm, more dramatic stories and videos coming up. stories aon. videos coming up. see you soon. >>>. >> i warning tonight for world series revelers don't let things get out of hand tomorrow. the rules for the big event. >> super storm sandy tonight we're
there wasnough power in that storm to throw energy somewhere, diane. that was real troubling. >> and we saw all sorts of things happening on shore. we couldn't believe the winds of this storm had lifted. >> oh, the picture that you guys showed was the one that drove me to the tv set. it was that 168-foot tanker by the way on staten island. 712 tons, local reporter wabc reporter michelle charles brought us that picture moored a mile away. the 14-foot lift on that water took that thing and put it on a road in staten island on shore on top of a city street. >> moored a mile away and sam champion is here with us, as you know. he'll be with us throughout this evening, as always, thank you and for some of you watching we say good night. for others, stay with us for more of our one-hour broadcast, the latest on the perfect storm, more dramatic stories and videos coming up. see you soon. anncr: it's endorsed by business leaders... small business owner: question seven means thousands of jobs... in baltimore and across maryland... anncr: and labor groups... construction worker: question seven lets us bri
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